I’m sure you were beyond skeptical about this site and I’m glad you were.
Whether this is a scam or not, this Four Dollar Click review will give you the ins and outs of what you can expect as there is a lot that you need to know before you start telling everyone that you found some legit way to make money online when you really didn’t.
I don’t care if it’s one dollar, two dollar, or three dollar clicks, these scams will keep going unless you get the truth out there like I’m doing here.
I don’t want to waste any of our time though, so let me get right into things as I pick apart yet another too good to be true opportunity that a lot of people are actually promoting.
So What is Four Dollar Click?
When you first land on the site, you can’t help but think it’s legit as it is very clean and gives you a good feeling about things.
It’s when you start reading and trying to understand things, where you start to question the legitimacy of the how money is made.
What they claim to be is a pay to click website that pays you for doing nothing but clicking on ads and sharing it with others, but of course there’s more to the equation than just that.
How it Works
They have you thinking that this is all a pay to click site but in reality it is nothing more than a bait to get you in and do many other things that will take you away from the whole click to make money side of things.
However, if you follow their instructions, you will have to click on one of their ads, wait 24 seconds, and then click on the number that it tells you to click on.
Once that is done, you will get credit for that ad and it should disappear leaving you back on the main site.
If you look in your account settings, you will see that it does give you credit but what good is that if they have many things holding you back from getting your money?
Well, that’s what will happen when it comes time to cash in.
I really don’t get how something can be free to join and make money and then has you pay before you get paid.
That’s like paying to get a job.
To get paid you can use either Paypal or Payza and they will transfer the money to you once you have met the minimum threshold of $4,000.
That’s a ridiculous amount and I have not seen that limit in the almost four years that I’ve been in the industry.
On top of that, you will need to pay in order for you to get your money.
Things went from free to paying real quick and these prices aren’t cheap either.
The Price to Get YOUR Money
You would think that they will have you pay some small fee so you can get paid, but no, it’s not that easy and it’s not going to cost you $5 either.
There are several memberships that come with this site and all come with different price points, which I will be going over below.
Not only is going with a minimum plan of $59.99 a month required to get your pay but this is what entices its members to purchase as by doing so, you are then able to start making money by promoting this same exact program.
This membership gives you a 25% commission for every person that you personally enroll and the payment plans are as follows.
- $119.98 for two months
- $179.97 for three months
- $239.96 for four months
- $299.95 for 5 months
- $299 for a year
- $598 for two years
- $897 for three years
This gives you 50% commissions for everyone you bring in and also comes in 3 different membership types.
- $79.99 for a month
- $159.98 For two months
- $239.97 for three months
- $319.96 for four months
- $399.95 for five months
- $399 for one year
- $798 for two years
This gives you 100% commissions for everyone you bring in and also three ways to pay.
- $99.99 a month
- $199.98 for two months
- $299.97 for three months
- $399.96 for four months
- $499.95 for five months
- $499 for on eyear
- $998 for two years
Again, purchasing one of these memberships is MANDATORY to get paid and it also gets you wanting to pay for a higher membership so that you can make more money by sharing this site.
What Else to Lookout For
There are many red flags with this site and the first one being the whole $4 per click nonsense.
Pay per click is definitely a thing but earning that much money per click is not going to happen unless you’re dealing with a major company like Google or Facebook, which usually comes with you paying, not getting paid.
So when you think that you can become rich because that is some super easy to do task, think again as there is always going to be some hidden agenda with sites like this.
Another thing to take note of is the amount of members and how much money has been paid out to them.
I can promise you that they have not paid out $16 million dollars to anyone, so don’t believe that.
There is also some very poor grammar being thrown around and trust me, this is not just some kind of typo but rather a clear indication that the people running this whole operation is not in the US.
Then you have to wait until you hit $4,000 before you can cash out, which is a threshold that I have never seen in any of the hundreds of programs I have ever seen regarding pay from the online world.
On top of that out of this world amount, you will also have to wait 75 days before you can get your money.
Not just 75 days, but 75 business days!
Then there are complaints about the withdrawal button not appearing which is caused by some breach of their terms and use, but we all know that this is not true.
They will also try to recommend you buy referrals so you can get to $4,000 quicker but that is nothing more than another way to get more money from you and prolong the payout process.
The overall goal for the owners of this site (who is nowhere to be found) is to have people come in and pay, as well as have them go out there and promote this site so that they can “make money” from others.
This is just one of many sites that do this type of scam activity, so please know that there are hundreds more out there that you need to not get involved with.
But John, there’s proof so how can this be a scam?
About That So Called Proof
Sure we all want to believe that people are really making money and there’s nothing better than a nice little testimonial page to prove that this whole thing works.
Just like those get paid to read the news scams, this one is no different.
What you see when you’re on this proof page is nothing but the member’s username and user number, their payment processor of choice, and how much they have accumulated WITHIN the site.
So after all that clicking and telling other people how amazing this site is, that of course is how much they have earned.
Now what you need to understand is that all this money is still in their Four Dollar Click account and not in their hands.
So until someone tells you that they have gotten the money transferred to their Paypal or Payza account, do not believe anything you see or hear.
This is not proof and only another way to have people go out there spreading more lies about people making money.
Final Verdict: SCAM
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but no one is making any money with Four Dollar Click.
This whole site is a scam and they are also the same ones running 1 dollar click, 2 dollar click, and the many other click type sites out there.
If you put money into this, you might have to cut your losses as there is no one to get in contact with.
If you haven’t done anything on this site, that’s great.
Four Dollar click is nothing but a big fat scam.
What I Really Think
Making money online is definitely possible but not with some too good to be true program like this.
If you are willing to put in the work and dedicate the time that is needed to make money from the internet, you can do so with programs like the Wealthy Affiliate but there aren’t many others.
For those of you that still believe that you can make thousands of dollars by clicking on ads then keep wishing, but please don’t quit your day job.
Other than that, thanks for reading my Four Dollar Click review and hopefully I have given you a better understanding of how this whole scheme works.
Until next time, be scam smart and always do your research.